Dietary cat food to support kidney function, for cats in the early stages of chronic renal failure, low protein and phosphorus content, wholesome recipe with delicious chicken
If your cat suffers from chronic renal failure, it needs a nutritious food that meets its special needs and tastes particularly good, because: Cats with kidney disease often have less appetite. PURINA PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets Feline NF Early Care Chicken provides a complete dietary wet food that can support kidney function while meeting your cat's daily nutritional needs.
The dietary food for adult cats contains only a moderate amount of protein
, which is of very high quality. This serves to relieve the kidneys and at the same time maintain the muscles. The low phosphorus content
can help support normal kidney function. PURINA PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets Feline NF Early Care Chicken also serves as a source of valuable omega fatty acids, which can support the skin and coat. The cat food scores not least with an excellent taste
and is therefore gladly accepted by many cats.
PURINA PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets Feline NF Early Care Chicken at a glance:
- Dietary complete food for adult cats to support kidney function in chronic renal failure
- Specially formulated for early stages of chronic renal failure
- Balanced protein content: low amount of high quality protein to help maintain muscle function while relieving kidney stress
- Limited phosphorus: supports normal kidney function
- With omega-3 fatty acids: contains essential fatty acids
- Delicious taste: with tasty chicken, also well accepted by many cats with less appetite
- Contains antioxidants: help support the body's defences
- Source of taurine
- With added vitamins: for a complete and balanced diet
- Designed as a complete food: can be offered every day
- It is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before use or before extending the feeding period.
- While feeding a diet food, you should visit your pet veterinarian regularly for check-ups.
- If your pet's health deteriorates, you must seek veterinary advice immediately.